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Tales of Winter Camp

By Hali Serrian

On February 20th, students from our dojo, as well as students of Yoshukai from across the country, but from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida in particular, converged upon Pensacola Beach, Florida for the 35th Yoshukai Winter Camp. 681 more words


2015 DIMOND review

2015 beckons to be another exciting year for triathlon with new races, new gear, new bikes, etc. And it’s usually the start of the season for most triathletes with all our races planned for the year, or even a new rig fitted and dialed in. 3,559 more words



As a Fitness Trainer/Coach, the Squat is a fundamental movement that is incorporated in some way shape or form into every Fitness/Strength program.

The term squat is “to sit or crouch with knees bent, heels close to or touching the buttocks or back of the thighs” and when it comes to Strength Training, the Squat is a compound exercise that targets the entire lower body focusing primarily on the 4 heads of the quadriceps but also develops the hamstrings, glutes, and hips. 254 more words

General, boring update. (Nonsensical bits and rambling bobs)

In (less than*) three weeks, I shall be running the Ashby20 road race.

‘Race’ is a bit grand, really. I shall perhaps instead be running the ‘Ashby20 road get-round-in-one-piece’. 786 more words


Training Updates

Well, I’ve started a new life in a new place in balmy Eastern Iowa. I’ve hooked up with a great local powerlifting gym and I’ve been training again (mostly pain free!). 187 more words


Sub threes all around!

The organising committee announced yesterday that they have decided to run the race, but on a radically reduced course – out to the end of the Blue Route, then back on the same roads – totalling 47km. 530 more words

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Marathon Training // 3rd March

I decided to hit the roads again on Tuesday evening to continue to break in the new trainers. Again it was a lot more comfortable on my lower back. 113 more words

Edinburgh Marathon 2015